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This Is Hastings @ De Jongens Driest

This Is Hastings headed down to The Stade to witness the musical styling of “Holland’s smallest brass band” as part of the weekly Stade Saturdays events. The crowd were treated to a whole host of toe tapping, brassy numbers from De Jongens Driest – taking requests as well as playing countless classics. While all of

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This Is Hastings @ The Ministry Of Normality

This Is Hastings took a stroll on the balmy eve that was Friday to attend the launch event for local talent Haydn Cornner’s new exhibition and aftershave! The Optical Lounge was full of well-wishers taking full advantage of the free Bellinis, as well as curious to inhale the intriguing new scene from The Ministry of

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Coffee Break – Royal Standard

Before being whisked away to the Stag Inn by some Ladies Wot Walk, This Is Hastings nipped into the Royal Standard for a spot of coffee. Although not openly advertised as a choice of beverage (to the extent that Ms. Hastings was asked to go on a milk run!) A coffee is the perfect compliment

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This Is Hastings @ Lianne Carroll

The Stade Saturdays programme is proving to be a consistently enjoyable and entertaining way to spend a Saturday evening – all for free! After last week’s Sharing Blanket Unplugged “happening” the order of service was somewhat different with the jazzy stylings of the Lianne Carrol Quartet taking to the stage within The Stade open space.

 
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This Is Hastings @ Light A Candle (Amnesty International)

Last night This Is Hastings headed down to Tin Tins, Flairz and The Pig In Paradise to light a candle for Amnesty International. The trio of venues offered a whole host of local music talent, over six hours. With bands twanging a melodic unplugged set at Tin Tins before dashing up to The Pig to

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